Strategy #1: Control the “Controllables”
- Eat “Better” At Home
- Prep Meals in Advance
Strategy #2: Eat More Real Food
Strategy #3: Back-load Your Carbs.
- Maintain sympathetic dominance when it’s time to work
- Stay Leaner.
- Sleep Better.
Strategy #4: Supplement Wisely.
- Fish Oil
- Athletic Greens
- Vitamin D
Tip #5: Include Super Shakes to Maintain Weight.
Ever since I started my professional career, I was in search of a new model to adequately handle in-season nutrition to give me the best shot of making it. The results of my search gave birth to the model constructed above.
It’s not revolutionary, nor is it a model that’s going to lend itself into a New York Times’ Bestseller. However, it has allowed me to stay lean, maintain my strength, and most importantly feel good throughout a 142-game season. The minor league baseball season is a beast with so many less-than-ideal environmental variables. The ability to adapt is foundational in order to be successful. To adapt adequately, having a workable framework is a necessity. The model above is a start.